Officially: Boca Juniors and River Plate are postponed due to bad weather

Boca Juniors and River Plate were officially suspended in the final leg of the Libertadores Cup due to bad weather conditions, which should have been held on Saturday night at La Bombonera in the final leg of the Libertadores Cup.

"The match will be played on Sunday evening, November 11th at 4am, local time," said Conmipol's official account via Twitter. "The match will be at 22 on Sunday in Mecca.

The referee did a ball test on the field, but found it difficult to keep the game today, so he preferred to postpone it.

The final meeting between the two teams, which will take place on Saturday, has been postponed due to heavy rains at the Labombonera stadium, the stronghold of Boca Juniors, according to the official tournament report.

The Argentine derby is one of the most powerful and powerful derby in the world, especially at the grassroots level, adding the excitement of the Libertadores Cup final.

Boca Juniors' mission returned to the hotel after the bus got on board and was going to the stadium.

The newspaper stressed that the possibility of not keeping the game on time, due to bad weather.

The Argentine capital Buenos Aires has been hit by heavy rain since early morning in the area where the last SuperClassico is located among the traditional giants of Argentina Boca Juniors and River Plate.


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